Why join the Ronald McDonald House Charities team? Since 1981, Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Toronto has served as a place to call home for families with seriously ill children undergoing treatment. RMHC Toronto encompasses a House for 81 families in downtown Toronto and seven Family Rooms in hospitals across the Greater Toronto Area and in Sudbury. The families we serve come from throughout Ontario, across Canada and around the world. We also offer: Hybrid work arrangements; A competitive compensation & health benefits package; RRSP Program; Wellness days; An opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children, families and the community. About the opportunity : The HR Generalist plays a key role in ensuring a healthy, safe, inclusive, engaged, and respectful workplace for employees and volunteers. The HR Generalist is responsible for the overall administration and co-ordination of all HR related activities for employees and volunteers and their managers. Specific key areas of responsibility include talent acquisition and management, employee relations, HRMS administration, training & development, compensation and benefits, health and safety as well as involvement in HR related projects. Key Accountabilities : Provide functional HR Support to employees and volunteers; Plan, develop, implement, and evaluate people strategies including policies and procedures to address the organization’s HR requirements; Plan and administer total compensation, benefits, training and career development, and employee assistance programs; Develop and coordinate employee performance and appraisal programs; Develop, facilitate, and coordinate training and development initiatives and prepare related learning aids; Lead full-cycle recruitment and selection activities for all vacancies and assist managers where needed, including administering new hire orientation; Advise and assist departmental managers, employees and volunteers on interpretation and administration of people policies and programs, ensuring compliance with policies and employment legislation; Co-ordinate and liaise with third parties such as benefits carrier, recruiting agencies, HRDC, WSIB as required; Provide support to People & Culture Coordinators, helping to effectively and efficiently complete HR transactions; Work in collaboration with the P&C team to plan and execute staff and volunteer appreciation events; Generate routine and ad hoc reports for the Director, People & Culture, management, or the leadership team, to enable management decision making; Oversee employee and volunteer health & safety training including filing of accident and incident reports and active participation on the Joint Health & Safety Committee (JHSC); Involvement in HR projects and assist with other HR related functions when necessary. Qualifications : University degree in business administration, commerce or human resources management. CHRP or CHRL designation an asset; 3-5 years of relevant HR generalist experience. Experience in the not-for-profit sector and with volunteer engagement an asset; Broad HR generalist experience across a multitude of areas (talent acquisition and management, employee relations, health and safety, succession planning, compensation and benefits, etc.); Sound knowledge of employment-related legislation and current professional standards, best practices, and protocols in human resources; Excellent proficiency with MS Office Suite. Working proficiency with HRMS applications; Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to effectively present and clarify concerns and concepts to various audiences; Strong interpersonal and relationship skills, with the ability to channel different points of view, establish and maintain trusting relationships and credibility and work collaboratively; Creative, analytical, and pragmatic; able to probe to understand stakeholder needs and identify suitable approaches to resolve various challenges. Well-developed analytical skills, with initiative to provide advice, and suggest appropriate alternate solutions or improvements; Proven ability to successfully prioritize and balance concurrent priorities or projects and deliver results; Exceptional organizational skills, with the ability to manage multiple deliverables in a fast-paced environment and adapt to frequently changing and concurrent priorities; Demonstrated ability to remain objective, resilient, and flexible in order to manage personnel or volunteer matters; Proven ability to maintain confidentiality and manage sensitive situations with strong judgment and discretion; Willingness and ability to learn new skills and adapt to changing environment and technology; Embodies a customer service mindset; operates as a value-added business partner with a solutions orientation; Willingness to work flexible hours, including evenings and occasional weekends. We want to hear from you! Interested in being a part of the RMHC Toronto team? Does this sound like you? The successful candidate will need to undergo a successful Vulnerable Sector Screening Police check. Please inform us if you require any accommodations during the hiring process. Please note that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.